Licensure Board

Documenting for Co-Treatment: What is Required?

Co-treatment may be appropriate when clinicians from different professional disciplines can effectively address their treatment goals while the patient is engaged in a single therapy session. For example, a patient may address cognitive goals for sequencing as part of a SLP treatment session while the physical therapist is training the patient to use a wheelchair, or a patient may address ADL goals for increasing independence as part of an occupational therapist treatment session while the PT addresses balance retraining with the patient to increase independence with mobility.

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